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  1. #1336

    Re: New draft/FA/offseason thread



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    Jared Counterman‏@DH_Counterman

    Listed 6'1" RT @dpbrugler: WR Markus Wheaton 5110 183
    C'mon son.
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    Re: New draft/FA/offseason thread

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  3. #1338

    Re: New draft/FA/offseason thread

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    Definitely shorter. RT @NEPD_Loyko: khaseem Greene 6004 236 shorter than listed
    Don't care. Dude is always around the ball and looking to make something happen.
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    Re: New draft/FA/offseason thread

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    I'd rather Sam Baker than Brandon Albert.

    Albert is better than Oher, but that isn't saying much. Albert still gave up a lot of pressures this year. Depending on the contract, I wouldn't be all that interested in him.
    I'm with you. Albert is overrated. He has the talent but not the heart. Baker was a disappointment because of where he was drafted. That's meaningless now. He is a solid but unspectacular pass blocker. That means he could be a lot more cap friendly.
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    Ouch, been hearing Wheaton's name more in recent weeks. BPR, curious to hear your thoughts on Ace Sanders? I think he's a guy you could get in the 4th and maybe groom for a year and you could have a lesser expensive Tavon Austin. I havent seen alot of tape that showcase his feet and route running but he is lightning quick, compact and even goes up to get the football higher then you'd expect. Also a great return guy.
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    Re: New draft/FA/offseason thread

    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDaniel View Post
    Yes. Boldin has a base salary of $6 million with a $1.53 signing bonus (dead money). Jones is due $3 million base salary + $1 million roster bonus with $900k in dead money.

    If we were to just move on from both, we would free up $10 million, which is awfully nice. I'm not sure I like the thought of Flacco without Boldin though.
    After this playoff run they must be thinking about some type of reasonable extension for Boldin. Hopefully he'll be interested. Harbaugh absolutely loves the guy and he sure looks a lot better without Cam calling the plays.
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  7. #1342

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    Dane Brugler‏@dpbrugler

    #TexasAM WR Ryan Swope with 8 1/8 hands, smallest of WR group. #Michigan WR Denard Robinson the biggest at 10 #SeniorBowl


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    Damn! Robinson has huge hands for a small guy. I REALLLLLLY want to see him operate at WR now. Geeze...10"

    I know the velocity difference from NCAA to NFL, but Swope's hands certainly haven't held him back to-date.




  8. #1343

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    Quinton Patton at barely 6'0 flat despite being listed at 6'2 kind of surprised me. You like to see him come in over 200lb though and 32+ inch arms are very good for a WR. Nice catch radius potential.

    Terrance Williams not even 6'2 with some pretty short arms... Ryan Swope has midget hands (8 1/8, absolutely tiny).

    Ryan Otten at only 235 surprised me a bit. He looks more solid than that on tape. He'll need to gain 10 pounds minimum to be an in-line TE option.

    Justin Pugh's measurements... surprisingly bad. Most of the other OTs measured in well. DJ Fluker is a freak. No real surprises at the other positions that I saw.




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    Re: New draft/FA/offseason thread

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    After this playoff run they must be thinking about some type of reasonable extension for Boldin. Hopefully he'll be interested. Harbaugh absolutely loves the guy and he sure looks a lot better without Cam calling the plays.
    Hopefully Boldin feels the same; he is perfect for this team. Maybe he is willing to take a small haircut to stay...
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  10. #1345

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    After this playoff run they must be thinking about some type of reasonable extension for Boldin. Hopefully he'll be interested. Harbaugh absolutely loves the guy and he sure looks a lot better without Cam calling the plays.
    I agree.
    Although Walsh's system of offense can compensate for lack of talent; however, defense is a different story. According to Walsh, talent on defense was essential and could not be compensated for. What did Walsh do in 1981? He acquired physical and talented players on defense.




  11. #1346

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPlayReceiver View Post
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    Damn! Robinson has huge hands for a small guy. I REALLLLLLY want to see him operate at WR now. Geeze...10"

    I know the velocity difference from NCAA to NFL, but Swope's hands certainly haven't held him back to-date.
    After Robinson's performance in the bowl game he's become one of the most intriguiging prosepects in this draft to me as a slot receiver. With those mits if he catches the ball cleanly and shows the feet needed he's gonna be a terror in the slot.




  12. #1347

    Re: New draft/FA/offseason thread

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    After this playoff run they must be thinking about some type of reasonable extension for Boldin. Hopefully he'll be interested. Harbaugh absolutely loves the guy and he sure looks a lot better without Cam calling the plays.
    If they could get that done to lower his number, restructure and extend Jacoby a year or 2 to lower his number i think it's a win. Doss and Jacoby keep their same roles and we see what we have with the rest of the guys, then take a guy to groom as an heir apparent outside or in the slot i'd be ecstatic.




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    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    After this playoff run they must be thinking about some type of reasonable extension for Boldin. Hopefully he'll be interested. Harbaugh absolutely loves the guy and he sure looks a lot better without Cam calling the plays.
    I'm thinking this as well. Boldin's play in the postseason has pretty much made him irreplaceable. Nobody on the roster has anywhere close to the toughness, reliability, or veteran savvy that he brings. The Ravens are really going to be in a bind with him... his cap number is just way too damn big next year so they NEED to do something with him. But what does the renegotiated contract he'd be willing to sign look like? At this point he's played himself into a nice contract that might prevent them from saving too much money in 2013.

    At this point if I'm Boldin I doubt I'd sign anything less than 4 years, 20 million or so. And that very may be where he ends up... and I don't think I'd have a problem with it. That's kind of steep for a guy who generally operates in the slot, but again, he's pretty much irreplaceable at this point. I'm now thinking that the Ravens would be much more willing to part with Jacoby than Boldin.

    I look for the Ravens to add competition at the #3 WR spot next year, though. Doss continues to underwhelm and they don't really have anybody else, other than hoping (against better odds) that Streeter and/or Thompson emerge.




  14. #1349

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmorecareful View Post
    Quinton Patton at barely 6'0 flat despite being listed at 6'2 kind of surprised me. You like to see him come in over 200lb though and 32+ inch arms are very good for a WR. Nice catch radius potential.
    That is a bit surprising. Looks about 6010-6014 on film.

    Big Nick Kasa is rocking the smallish hands too (9 in).

    Michael Williams is a mountain. Any chance he has an abnormal vertical with 269 lbs on him?




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    Re: New draft/FA/offseason thread

    Don't see the big deal about Justin Pugh, he's just way too small to play LT in this league.




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